Antigua and Barbuda will take on Cuba, Turks and Caicos Islands tackles St. Lucia and Jamaica plays Dominica in the opening matches of the Caribbean Football Union Under-20 qualifiers starting June 15. The draw released Monday also shows that St. Maarten will play Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago takes on Guadeloupe and Dominican Republic goes up against St.Kitts/Nevis on opening day.
Meanwhile, on June 29, Bermuda will take on Cayman Islands and Haiti faces Anguilla on opening day of Group 3 action.
In Group 1, on match-day two scheduled for June 17 in Group 1, Cuba will take on Puerto Rico and St. Maarten plays Antigua and Barbuda at the Raoul Illidge Sports Complex in St. Maarten where all the matches in the group will be played.
Then on June 19, Puerto Rico will play Antigua and Barbuda while the home team will go against Cuba.
In Group 2 that will be played at the Ato Boldon and Hasely Crawford stadia, Turks and Caicos will be on the other side of the pitch to Guadeloupe on June 17, the same day Trinidad and Tobago plays Turks and Caicos.
Group play ends on June 19, when Guadeloupe takes on Turks and Caicos and T&T will face St. Lucia.
In the matches that will be played at the Felix Sanchez Olympic Stadium in the Dominican Republic in Group 4, Jamaica will take on St. Kitts/Nevis and Dominican Republic goes up against Dominica on June 17. On June 19, St. Kitts/Nevis plays Dominica and the home team takes on the young Reggae Boyz.
In Group 3, Cayman Islands will play Anguilla and Haiti faces Bermuda on July 1. The Anguillans will then tackle Bermuda and the Haitians are down to play the Caymanians on July 3.
Following the group phase, the final round will begin on October 21, 2016.